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For example, you might be interested in improving your own work, creating a style guide, promoting inclusive language, or unifying your brand voice.

The latest jobs figures may add a sense of urgency to unify the clashing approaches.

With mobile users spending more time on apps, unifying identity across all devices and screens is of growing importance.

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Until we can hold that everyone deserves equitable rights in the United States, we truly cannot unify.

After the Big Bang, the unified superforce would have separated out into the forces of nature we see today by going through a series of phase transitions, akin to liquid water freezing into ice.

If this year turns out to be a wave, it will seem to lack both a leader and a unifying agenda.

“Fighting persecution of Christians is a unifying message among voters, particularly on the right,” Hemingway said.

Yet, it is the single unifying element, beginning and ending every episode.

Her conviction politics were—depending on your own politics—unifying or deeply divisive.

It can be a move to the left, but a unifying rather than a confrontational one.

I was requested to write a periodical advocating and unifying under our political belief, the national feelings.

That is to be developed as the life of man, with all its wonderful beauty and power, with its unifying force.

And how helpful to men who desire the very co-operation of the seas in fulfilling their plans in unifying the races!

On the side of receipts a similar unifying process has been accomplished.

Against the unifying effort of Christendom and against the unifying influence of the mechanical revolution, catastrophe won.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unifying, such as: comprehensive, all-comprehensive, all-inclusive, all-pervading, catholic, and cosmic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.